2013 (Redshirt Senior)
Finished her career at IU just three goals shy of the all-time scoring record. With 64 goals on the season, Kohli finished with 244 goals for her career. Kohli is also second all-time at IU in career steals with 276 (60 on the season) She finished third in career assists with 134 (33 in 2013) Started all 35 games for the Hoosiers and rounded out her final season 64 goals, 33 assists, 60 steals, and 23 field blocks ... scored a game high 4 goals in IU's season opening match against San Jose State; she also added three steals and two field blocks in competition (1/19) ... netted two goals against San Diego State (1/20) ... recorded two goals off power plays and added an assist against UCLA (1/20) ... stole the ball five times against UC Davis and scored twice (2/2) ... scored one goal and recorded two steals against California (2/3) ... had two goals against UCLA (2/3) ... scored her season high five goals against Hartwick (2/3) ... registered two goals and an assist against Hartwick in their second meet-up of the year (2/16) ... netted one goal and recorded a team high four assists against Wagner (2/17) ... had one goal, one assist, and two steals in Indiana's upset of Princeton (2/17) ... scored twice in the Hoosier's first home match against Long Beach State (2/23) ... added one goal against Washington and Jefferson (2/24) ... recorded two goals against Cal Lutheran and one more against Claremont Mudd-Scripps (3/8) ... added another goal against Occidental (3/9) ... had a hat trick against Redlands (3/9) ... registered four goals, one assist, two steals, and a field block against Cal Baptist (3/15) ... scored two goals and added another two steals against Wagner (3/15) ... had another hat trick as well as an assist, a steal, and a field block in the Hoosiers big win over Hawaii (3/16) ... scored another three goals against San Diego State (3/16) ... netted two goals to go along with two assists, two steals, and three field blocks when Indiana faced UCSD (3/17) ... scored a goal on the only shot she took all game against Notre Dame College where she also had three assists and a steal (3/23) ... recorded two more goals and a steal the next match against Gannon (3/23) ... contributed two goals, one assist, and three steals in the Hoosiers overtime loss to Michigan (3/30) ... tallied a goal and a steal against Gannon (4/13) ... filled the stat sheet with two goals, two assists, three steals, and two field blocks in the re-match against Michigan (4/13) ... netted two goals on two shot attempts to go along with a team high three assists, one steal, and a field block to help give the Hoosiers their first ever Western Conference Championship (4/14) ... scored twice more and added four steals and an assist against Bucknell (4/26) ... added a goal, two assists, and three steals in Indiana's third match against Michigan (4/27) ... in her final match as a Hoosier Kohli scored one goal and had one assist and a steal against Hartwick (4/28)
2012: Redshirted the 2012 season to recover from offseason shoulder surgery.
2011 (Junior): Earned ACWPC All-American Honorable Mention honors for the second consecutive season ... started all 39 games during her junior campaign ... finished the year with team-highs of 71 goals and 89 steals, to go along with 37 assists, 25 field blocks and 28 earned exclusions ... had 20 multi-goal performances, as well as 24 games with two or more steals ... had five goals, including two overtime markers, along with two assists in a thrilling 15-13 win at UC Davis (2/4) ... scored four goals and had two steals in a 13-10 win over Redlands (3/18) ... recorded three consecutive hat tricks, as well as 17 steals during a three-game stretch in College Park, Md. ... dominated No. 2 seed Hartwick (4/30) to the tune of a career-high-tying six goals and two steals in the CWPA Eastern Championship semifinal win ... had a standout defensive effort in the Eastern Championship title game win against Michigan (5/1), recording team-highs of four steals and three field blocks ... capped the season with 10 goals, six assists, and five steals during the Hoosiers' three games at the NCAA Championship to earn All-Tournament Second Team honors ... earned four Western Division weekly honors from the CWPA over the course of the season ... named to the Western Division All-Conference Second Team ... earned a spot on the Eastern Championship All-Tournament First Team ... named to the 2011 Water Polo Planet Women's All-America Second Team ... earned Excellent distinction on the CWPA Scholar-Athlete team and ACWPC All-Academic team ... named to the Academic All-Big Ten team ... selected to the All-Star team at the 2011 Canadian Senior National Club Championships during the summer of 2011.
2010 (Sophomore): Named a 2010 ACWPC All-American Honorable Mention ... played in 31 games and made 29 starts in her sophomore season ... set the Indiana single-season scoring record with 80 goals ... also finished the year with a team-high 72 steals, to go along with 29 assists and 18 earned exclusions ... recorded 25 multi-goal performances, including 15 games with at least three goals ... finished third overall in the CWPA in scoring ... had 19 multi-steal games on the season ... had four goals and four steals in a 13-7 win against Colorado State (1/24) ... had five goals, one assist, and four steals against Cal Baptist (2/6) ... tied the school single-game scoring record with six goals in a 15-6 win against Sonoma State (2/7) ... amassed 12 goals, six assists, 11 steals, and two earned exclusions during a four-game win streak at the Bison Invitational (2/13-2/14) ... had two goals, one assist, and six steals in a 15-4 win at CS Monterey Bay (3/14) ... scored five goals and collected three steals in an 11-2 win against Mercyhurst (3/27) ... tallied a career-high seven steals, along with one goal and one assist in an 8-3 win against Wagner (3/28) ... earned CWPA Western Division Player of the Week on February 8 and March 22 ... also collected CWPA Western Division Defensive Player of the Week on March 15 and April 19 ... named to the CWPA All-Western Division First Team ... named to the Academic All-Big Ten team ... earned Excellent distinction on the CWPA Scholar-Athlete team.
2009 (Freshman): Started 25 of 36 matches played... recorded 29 goals and a team-high 37 assists ... also collected 62 steals and 13 earned exclusions ... recorded two or more steals in 22 contests ... tallied one goal, one assist and one steal in her first career start against No. 2 Stanford (2/7) ... scored one goal and grabbed five steals in a 7-6 win against Pacific (2/28) ... had three goals and two steals in an 8-6 win against No. 18 CS Bakersfield (3/14) ... notched two goals, two assists and one steal in a 9-8 victory over Brown (3/20) ... recorded one goal, four assists and four steals in a 13-4 win against Sonoma State (3/28) ... scored one goal or more in each of her last 13 games of the 2009 season ... named back to back CWPA Western Division Rookie of the Week on March 23 and 30 ... also named CWPA Western Division Rookie of the Year ... named to the CWPA Western Division All-Conference Second Team ... earned Excellent distinction on the CWPA Scholar-Athlete team and ACWPC All-Academic team ... represented Canada, following her freshman season, at the 2009 FISU (World University Games) in Belgrade, Serbia.
Prep/Personal: Köhli, a native of Burnaby, B.C., played high school water polo at Moscrop Secondary ... led the team to a second place finish in the Provincial Championships in 2006 and a third place finish in 2007 ... at the 2008 18 and Under National Championships, she was an all-star selection after leading her team to its third straight title in the division ... in 2005, she guided her squad to a first place finish in the 16 and Under National Championships to begin the string of four consecutive titles ... majoring in general studies ... born May 12, 1990 ... has one sister, Alex ... daughter of Andre Köhli and Manuela Kundert.
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